For millions of children, the "American dream" is becoming a fantasy as the inequality gap continues to widen. Harvard professor Robert Putnam discusses his findings and his new book "Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis".
An investigation conducted by The Associated Press found that San Francisco International Airport has had the most perimeter breaches in the past decade while Mineta San Jose International Airport had the fifth-most. Andria Borba of CBS San Francisco reports on efforts to improve security and stop the breaches.
Accused is indicted for attempted murder; wife says he threatened to set her and granddaughter on fire
State's top utility regulator examines utility faulted for repeated safety failures in deadly gas pipeline explosion
Protesters rally as state lawmakers consider one of the toughest vaccination laws in the country
25-year-old is three-quarters of the way to a career Grand Slam, with only the Masters missing from his resume
Shipwreck chaser says King Kamehameha II's belongings were buried in 10 feet of water and 10 feet of sand
John Miller describes how shooting of a black man by a white South Carolina police officer could have been handled differently
Report analyzes data from past decade to find which airport has had the most perimeter breaches
AP study finds that number of appointments that take longer than 90 days to complete has nearly doubled since the summer
The troubled real estate heir's Louisiana weapons charges are keeping him from being extradited to Los Angeles, where he is charged in a 2000 murder
New signs along Los Angeles streets read "no Kardashian parking anytime," but they're not legal signs. They are the latest work of well-known street artist "Plastic Jesus."
A California bill could soon require children to be vaccined if they attend school. Protesters of the bill demonstrated at the California State Capitol. The bill was prompted by the recent outbreaks of measles and whooping cough in the region.
Events marking 150th anniversary of Appomattox include reenactment of Robert E. Lee's last clash with Ulysses S. Grant's troops
In 1990, the husband of New Hampshire woman Pamela Smart was shot to death, in one of the first high-profile cases involving a teacher -- Smart -- having an affair with a student
When you think American wines, your taste buds might expect something from Napa or Sonoma, but it might be time to raise a glass to Texas. Manuel Bojorquez reports on winemakers in the Lone Star State.
Charlie Rose takes a look back at the historic career of CBS News' Bob Schieffer, who has announced his retirement. Rose visited Meg Oliver and Gigi Stone Woods in the CBSN studio.
Republican presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul is taken to task after critics charge he is sexist in interviews. CBSN's Meg Oliver and Gigi Stone Woods take a look at the controversy.
The North Charleston police department fired Michael Slager Wednesday, the day after a graphic cellphone video of the shooting led to his arrest. For the first time Wednesday, the man who recorded the incident spoke out. Vicente Arenas reports from the Charleston County detention center where the suspect is being held without bail.
Kent Sprouse was convicted of the death of Ferris Police Officer Harry Marvin "Marty" Steinfeldt III, who was shot outside the Ferris Food Mart about 20 miles south of Dallas in 2002